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Science now shows that meditation and mindfulness really work. For example, we now know that meditation not only lowers stress and improves mental sharpness but it also strengthens our immune system, gives us more youthful and healthy brain tissue, and can be as good or better than prescription drugs for treating mental illnesses like depression, addiction, and PTSD. So maybe there is something to what all those ancient masters were talking about. Turns out when you strip away the religious and institutional covers, they figured out how to feel happy, healthy and fulfilled and told us how to do it. This podcast provides an easy way to access the simple meditation and mindfulness practices developed by the wisest masters to have graced this planet. Zebediah Rice guides you in an easy and free way to learn to meditate, become more mindful, energetic, happy, peaceful, and mentally sharp. Just sit back, relax, and let me do the work for you.
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Happy Mind Guided Meditations - A Serena Podcast Zebediah Rice

    • Alternative Health

Science now shows that meditation and mindfulness really work. For example, we now know that meditation not only lowers stress and improves mental sharpness but it also strengthens our immune system, gives us more youthful and healthy brain tissue, and can be as good or better than prescription drugs for treating mental illnesses like depression, addiction, and PTSD. So maybe there is something to what all those ancient masters were talking about. Turns out when you strip away the religious and institutional covers, they figured out how to feel happy, healthy and fulfilled and told us how to do it. This podcast provides an easy way to access the simple meditation and mindfulness practices developed by the wisest masters to have graced this planet. Zebediah Rice guides you in an easy and free way to learn to meditate, become more mindful, energetic, happy, peaceful, and mentally sharp. Just sit back, relax, and let me do the work for you.
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    Thus Wakes Zarathustra (60 min)

    Thus Wakes Zarathustra (60 min)

    The great masters of old taught that each of us has a divine self within us. It is a beautiful, bountiful, and joyful part of our self that awaits awakening. One of these great masters, harkening from Persia in the second millennium BCE, was Zarathushtra (Zoroaster). The wisdom he gained from his awakening resonates with us even today, thousands of years after he penned the famous "Gathas" tome. While this meditation is not at all religious, it is Zarathustra's wisdom that undergirds and inspires this 60 minute guided meditation. The imagery and fundamental truths expounded in the Gathas are set here in the context of a personalized journey that allows you to experience and identify with your higher self, your true, beautiful self.
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    • 59 min
    Thus Wakes Zarathustra (45 min)

    Thus Wakes Zarathustra (45 min)

    In the lands of Eastern Iran, sometime in the second millennium BCE, a great spiritual master named Zarathushtra (Zoroaster) awakened to the true nature of reality and uncovered the meaning of life itself. The wisdom he gained from his illumination resonate with us even today, thousands of years after he penned the famous "Gathas" tome. While this meditation is not at all religious, it is Zarathustra's wisdom that undergirds and inspires this 45 minute guided meditation. The imagery and fundamental truths expounded in the Gathas are set here in the context of a personalized journey that allows you to experience and identify with your higher self, your true, beautiful self.


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    • 45 min
    Thus Wakes Zarathustra (30 min)

    Thus Wakes Zarathustra (30 min)

    Walking the lands of Eastern Iranian plateau sometime in the second millennium BCE, ancient Iran's Zarathushtra (Zoroaster) was one of humanity's greatest mystics and spiritual masters. The wisdom he gained from his awakening resonate with us even today, thousands of years after he penned the famous "Gathas" tome. While this meditation is not at all religious, it is Zarathustra's wisdom that undergirds and inspires this 30 minute guided meditation. The imagery and fundamental truths expounded in the Gathas are set here in the context of a personalized journey that allows you to experience and identify with your higher self, your true, beautiful self.
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    • 30 min
    Thus Wakes Zarathustra (20 min)

    Thus Wakes Zarathustra (20 min)

    The Gathas, traditionally attributed to ancient Iran's Zarathushtra (Zoroaster) himself, is one of humanity's greatest literary and mystical monuments. Its author is on a mission to share the truth about reality and human's true nature and in the verses, preserved since the second millennium BCE, he sets down this profound wisdom from ancient Persia. While this meditation is not at all religious, it is Zarathustra's wisdom that undergirds and inspires this 20 minute guided meditation. The imagery and fundamental truths expounded in the Gathas are set here in the context of a personalized journey that allows you to experience and identify with your higher self, your true self.
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    • 20 min
    Thus Wakes Zarathustra (10 min)

    Thus Wakes Zarathustra (10 min)

    Ancient Iran's Zarathushtra (Zoroaster) was one of humanity's greatest mystics and spiritual masters. Walking the lands of Eastern Iranian plateau sometime in the second millennium BCE, he experienced a profound awakening and shared his insights which even today, thousands of years after his death, are practiced by nearly two hundred thousands Zoroastrians around the world. While this meditation is not at all religious, it is Zarathustra's wisdom that undergirds and inspires this 10 minute guided meditation. The imagery and fundamental truths expounded in the Gathas are set here in the context of a personalized journey that allows you to experience and identify with your higher self, your true self.
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    • 10 min
    Fire And The Well (60 Min)

    Fire And The Well (60 Min)

    This 60 minute guided meditation will help you to break the pattern of negative emotions that impact your life. We are focused here on situations where your emotional response, from the perspective of someone outside the situation looking in, wasn’t a fit with what was going on. An event where you reacted to the situation in a way that now you aren’t proud of or would like to have behaved differently. It is designed for situations in life where it seems like your emotions are out of hand and you feel out of control of what you are doing or how you are feeling. Maybe you yelled at your spouse or got angry at work or you are eating too much or drinking more than you should. Maybe you keep waking up in the night or can’t go to sleep in the first place because you are anxious about something going on in your life. Or perhaps you just feel sad and lonely all the time and there is no good reason for it. Maybe you feel that way right now. If so, that’s ok, we can use that.
    This technique starts from the premise that your life experience can change and that the change begins inside your own mind. If you can change what is happening on the inside, almost as by a miracle, you will witness the outside start to change around you. The idea is that if you are feeling any negative emotions, there is a bug in your software, a set of connections in your mind that are wired incorrectly. Your subconscious or emotional self, is confused and doesn’t understand something. So we are going to be doing a series of exercises in this guided meditation that will help your emotional self disconnect some incorrectly made associations. In a way, we could think of these negative feelings as our subconscious mind’s way of asking us for our help. If the feelings are bad enough, maybe we’ll pay attention and slow down enough to listen to what the problem is so that we can release it and our higher self can take command.

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